Katy Perry is not phased by Taylor Swift

Calvin Saunders
June 14, 2017

The singer's comments came during a conversation on Saturday with Arianna Huffington that featured on Perry's weekend-long YouTube live stream session in support of her new album Witness.

Perry removed her colorful locks and is now sporting a new short, blond hairstyle.

Perry was referring to her 2013 performance at the American Music Awards show that was called "racist" by some because of the Japanese elements she used, including dressing up as a Geisha.

"Absolutely, 100 percent", Perry said.

If Perry's "Swish Swish" wasn't penned about Swift before, it sure sounds like it is now with the new lyric she added for last night's performance, suggests E Online. Katy replied: "No, it's not about anyone in particular". In an interaction with Pod Save The People's DeRay McKesson, Katy said, "I've made several mistakes". But if you ask me, from a distance, and from my couch, Katy Perry is having a psycho-follicle problem and it's all happening on her head. As reported by Billboard, when asked about Swift and their long-time feud, the "Bon Appetit" singer answered that she has "forgiven" Swift and is sorry for anything that she did.

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As I wrote back in February, Perry's first single "Chained to the Rythm" from her fifth album "Witness" sounds objectively bad, as does every other song on her album. She said to the crowd, that was roaring in cheers by now, that she was "trying to be cool and I did that dance and now I realize I was not cool, especially when this comes out in pictures". "I think Diplo's third, I do, because I think there's a reason people become DJs".

Morales said that it sounds as if the song a response to Taylor Swift. And although she and her parents "agree to disagree", she maintained that they gave her "integrity and character and I appreciate all that".

Asked if she thought Taylor was being vindictive in choosing to return to streaming sites on Friday, Katy simply told USA breakfast show Today, "I don't know".

Perry said she let go any hard feelings stemming from Swift's release of her entire catalog via Spotify Friday at midnight, as Perry was releasing Witness.

Other reports by MaliBehiribAe

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